• HRC2020
  • 27 - 30 Sep 2020
CRM & Heart Failure Online
Device Related Complications Online
Physiology Pacing Session Online
BHRS Session (1) Online
Live CRT Optimisation Online
MicroPort CRM cases & traces Online
Biotronik - Implantable Cardiac Monitor of 2020: P wave visibility AND 99% noise free? Review of BIOMONITOR III.

CRM & Heart Failure - Online -

Chair: Dr Andy Turley Middlesbrough, UK
1) HF medication and impact on sudden death rates/survival Professor John McMurray Glasgow, UK
1) Mode of death in device patients Professor Roy Gardner Glasgow, UK
1) Mitraclip or CRT for treatment of severe MR Dr Tim Betts Oxford, UK
2) CRT-P or CRT-D in heart failure.  Time for a rethink? Professor Mark Petrie Glasgow, UK
2) Telemedicine and heart failure: An update Professor Martin Cowie London, UK
2) Optimal management of AF/ectopy in heart failure Dr Derick Todd Liverpool, UK

Device Related Complications - Online -

Chair: Dr Will Foster Worcester, UK
Best Practice to Avoid and Reduce the Complications from Cardiac Devices Dr Colin Cunnington Manchester, UK
Cardiac Device Related Infections: Investigations, Diagnosis, Initial Treatment Dr Fozia Ahmed Manchester, UK
Cardiac Device Extractions: Who, Where and When should we extract devices Professor Aldo Rinaldi London, UK

Physiology Pacing Session - Online -

Physiologic Pacing- Innovations, Data and Implant technique Dr Badri Chandrasekaran Swindon, UK
Determination of Selective/Non selective/Septal capture Professor Marek Jastrzębski Krakow PL
HBP in practice, optimal device programming and clinic Mr Matthew Swift Swindon, UK

BHRS Session (1) - Online -

Chair: Professor Aldo Rinaldi London, UK
Lead Extraction-Which Patients to Refer Professor Aldo Rinaldi London, UK
Lead Extraction-Current Techniques Dr Ashish Patwala Stoke, UK
His Bundle Pacing-Its Place in Current Clinical Practice Dr Paul Foley Swindon, UK
Leadless Pacing in the RV Dr Paul Roberts Southampton, UK
LV endocardial US Pacing Dr Andy Turley Middlesbrough, UK
SICD's Should be the Default Option for Primary Prevention - Pro
SICD's Should be the Default Option for Primary Prevention - Con

Live CRT Optimisation - Online -

Panel Mr Matthew Swift Swindon, UK
Panel Ms Cristiana Monteiro Oxford, UK

MicroPort CRM cases & traces - Online -

Pacemakers & ICDs troubleshooting : interpretation & programming Ms Sonia Thareau Chester, UK
Arrhythmia discrimination in ICDs : a case study Mr Chris King Chester, UK
CRTD case: from a non responder patient to a responder with the SonR system Mr Andrew Rapson Chester, UK

Biotronik - Implantable Cardiac Monitor of 2020: P wave visibility AND 99% noise free? Review of BIOMONITOR III. -

Chair - review of challenges in todays practice Dr Riyaz Kaba London, UK
BIOCONCEPT evidence Dr Guy Furniss Taunton, UK
Implant & closure recommendations Dr Riyaz Kaba London, UK
BMIII in practice Ms Clare Atha Bournemouth, UK
Summary & poll Dr Riyaz Kaba London, UK

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